|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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About the Author
Michael McKenna is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University, USA.
Paul Russell is Professor in the Department of Philosophy, University of British Columbia, Canada.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: perspectives on P.F. Strawson's 'Freedom and Resentment', Michael McKenna and Paul Russell; Freedom and resentment, Peter Strawson; Free-will and rationality, A.J. Ayer; Accountability (II), Jonathan Bennett; The importance of free will, Susan Wolf; On 'Freedom and Resentment', Galen Strawson; Responsibility and the limits of evil: variations on a Strawsonian theme; Gary Watson; Strawson's way of naturalizing responsibility, Paul Russell; Emotions, expectations and responsibility, R. Jay Wallace; Blaming, understanding, and justification: a defence of Strawson's naturalism about moral responsibility, Kevin Magill; The limits of evil and the role of moral address: a defense of Strawsonian compatibilism, Michael McKenna; Revising the reactive attitudes, Derk Pereboom; Free will: from nature to illusion, Saul Smilansky; Thinking with your hypothalamus: reflections on a cognitive role for the reactive emotions, David Zimmerman; Doing without desert, Erin Kelly; Responsibility and the aims of theory: Strawson and revisionism, Manuel Vargas; Suggested further readings; Index.
Reading Group Guide
Michael S. McKenna is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University, USA. Paul Russell is Professor in the Department of Philosophy, University of British Columbia, Canada.